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Discover a wealth of heritage and things to do. Both Gainsborough and its surrounding area offers a great range of days out for all ages.
The town boasts a fantastic Medieval manor, Gainsborough Old Hall, which is a must-see for history hunters. You can also explore this historic market town through fascinating exhibitions at Gainsborough Heritage Centre. You can also discover arts and culture at Trinity Arts Centre with a fantastic programme of must-see films and charming live performances.
Gainsborough is also part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations this year! Many of the leading separatists came from this region with a small group who were thought to worship in secret at Gainsborough Old Hall. Find out what’s happening in the Pilgrim Roots region.
Surrounding Gainsborough you’ll find a wealth of picturesque villages encased by beautiful countryside. Both Caistor and Market Rasen alongside Gainsborough, are two of the three market towns each steeped in history waiting to be discovered. Just 30 minutes drive will also bring you to the historic City of Lincoln. The Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is also just under an hour away providing fantastic opportunities to extend your stay including walking and cycling.
For more information about visiting Lincolnshire go to www.visitlincolnshire.com.
Why not extend your stay and take advantage of the many places to stay in the area. From hotels to cosy B&Bs; you’ll find a warm welcome whichever you choose – find places to stay.